Kerry and Xie exit roles that defined generation of climate action
For years, John Kerry and Xie Zhenhua were the two most important people working on global warming
2040 Climate Target
Reducing net emissions by 90% by 2040
2023 confirmed as world’s hottest year on record
The year 2023 has been confirmed as the warmest on record, driven by human-caused climate change and boosted by the natural El Niño weather event.
Human ‘behavioural crisis’ at root of climate breakdown, say scientists
New paper claims unless demand for resources is reduced, many other innovations are just a sticking plaster
Why Are Fossil Fuels Booming Under Biden?
When President Joe Biden announced his signature bill, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA), it was touted as making “the single largest investment in climate and energy in American history.” But a new report, released on the eve of the COP28 United Nations’ climate meeting in Dubai, analyzes emissions…
Former World Leaders Call for $25bn Levy on Oil States’ Revenues for Climate Damage
Former world leaders and economists are urging for a $25bn levy on oil-producing states to help finance the impact of climate disasters on vulnerable populations.
Japanese experimental nuclear fusion reactor inaugurated
The world’s biggest experimental reactor for nuclear fusion, a technology in its infancy but billed by some as the answer to humanity’s future energy needs, was inaugurated in Japan on Friday.
Earth on verge of five catastrophic climate tipping points, scientists warn
Humanity faces ‘devastating domino effects’ including mass displacement and financial ruin as planet warms
Fans waited 31 years for his next novel. It’s finally here.
‘Sun House,’ the third novel by David James Duncan, author of ‘The River Why’ and ‘The Brothers K,’ is a spiritual epic about seekers who end up living on a large commune in western Montana By John Williams
The planet is heating up faster than predicted, says scientist who sounded climate alarm in the 1980s
The planet is on track to heat up at a much faster rate than scientists have previously predicted, meaning a key global warming threshold could be breached this decade, according to a new study co-authored by James Hansen — the US scientist widely credited with being the first to publicly sound the…